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Pasish Newsletter 1st July 2018

June 30, 2018


1 st July 2018
13 th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St Joseph’s Church St Michael’s Church

Mass in St. Joseph’s – Monday – Friday 10.00 am
1 st Sat Devotions 9.45;
Sunday Mass in St. Michael’s – Mass 10 am
Mass in st. Michael’s Thursday & Friday 9.20 am
St. Joseph’s Saturday Vigil Mass – 6 pm
St. Joseph’s Sunday Masses – 9.00, 10.30; 12.00 Sunday 10.00 am

St Joseph’s Church Adoration Mon night 8.30 pm – 9.30 pm. Fri 10am – 10 pm
St Michael’s Church Thursday 10 am – Noon

Fr John Newman Tel.087-2485684. Fr Raymond Riordan 087 6732541
Parish CatholicParish/
Parish office open Tues Wed & Thurs. 10 am to 1 pm.
Tel: (021) 4820654 email:office

Do not be afraid
Ann Jillian, a three-time Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actress
and singer, is an American actress born to Roman Catholic Lithuanian
immigrant parents. Since 1985, she has added motivational speaking to her
impressive list of credits, addressing business, medical, professional and
women’s groups with her own unique blend of humour and inspiration. Her
prowess extends from the world’s concert halls, to feature film and the
Broadway stage. She has starred in over 25 TV films and made hundreds of
other TV appearances. Her TV film, The Ann Jillian Story, which recounts
her victory over breast cancer, was the number one film of that TV season,
but, more important, it delivered Ann’s message about the hopeful side of
breast cancer to its millions of viewers. It was in 1985 that the then 35-
year-old actress made headlines when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
On her way to the hospital to check the nature of the growth which she had
noticed, she stopped at St Francis de Sales Church and read the inscription
on the door. “The same everlasting Father who cares for you today will take
care of you tomorrow and every day. Either He will shield you from
suffering or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace then
and put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginations.” She went into the
Church and prayed for the strength to accept her ordeal. The radiant trust in
God and peace of mind she maintained before and after the surgery (double
mastectomy), was big news in the media and a great inspiration for all
cancer patients. She trusted in Jesus’ words given in today’s Gospel, “Do
not be afraid.” Actually, this phrase is repeated in the Bible 365 times – one
for every day of the year.

Death: Sincere sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of Kathleen
Breslin, Crush whose funeral took place Saturday 23 rd June.
Mass for the bereaved will be held in Rathcooney Cemetery on Tuesday
evening at 7.30 pm.

Rosary will be recited at the Grotto on Wednesday evening at 8 pm.

Buses will be arranged from Glanmire Parish to Dublin for Pope Francis
Mass, Sunday 26 th August. Cost €50 including meal. Name and deposit of
€20 can be handed in to the office.

St John Ambulance Glanmire will run a Paediatric First Aid Course on Thursday
5th July 9.30am-3.30pm. Topics- Paediatric Injuries: Bruises, Bleeding, Fractures,
Burns, Poisoning; Medical conditions: Measles, Mumps, Asthma, Croup;
Paediatric CPR & AED.
Venue: St John Ambulance Glanmire, Unit 5D Glanmire Industrial Estate,
Sallybrook. Cost €70 – Paediatric First Aid Book, Pocket Mask & Cert. For more
info: phone 086-0699086 or email

Please support Enable Ireland by buying your ticket for ‘A Summer’s Evening on
the Quad’ outdoor concert at UCC on Sat the 14 th of July. Contact Jennifer on 087
6868333. Tickets: €30pp.